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GRANGEVILLE - Naomi Connolley scored three goals during the first half and the GHS girls went on to beat the Lewiston JV 3-2. Connolley's goal…

McCall shut Grangeville out last Friday night, Sept. 18. Though they acknowledged that the Vandals’ play had something to do with that outcome…

GRANGEVILLE — A Grangeville High School volleyball “Dig For The Cure” match will be held at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 6, with fans asked to “pink out” th…

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CLEARWATER VALLEY -- Since I began my new adventure, a few months ago, as a reporter for the Clearwater Progress, my to-do list has evolved. I love that it now includes items such as “interview princesses, skateboarders and vineyard planters”. Travelling to the edges of the Clearwater Valley…

ELK CITY – From 9/11 through the Great Recession, there has been a cloud of heaviness which has been reflected in the lack of tourism in our area. The last year, indeed, the last 2-3 years, the cloud has lifted, and an enthusiasm has taken its place as evidenced by the increased traffic/tour…

White Bird Medical and Relief Fund, American Legion White Bird Post No. 152, and many additional White Bird volunteers spent the past weekend, Sept. 12 and 13, cutting wood for community members. This volunteer effort is an annual community tradition.

CLEARWATER VALLEY -- On Sept. 22, the Youth Advisory Board (YAB) encourages you to spend time with the original social network--your family at the dinner table! One of the best ways to stay engaged in their children’s lives is sharing dinner together. The more often children spend time with …

Opinion

As I read the article submitted by Larry Nims, Sept. 16, and opinion column by Idaho Legislative Democratic Caucus, also Sept. 16 in the Free Press, describing their party and stance on issues, one would conclude they both are describing 99 percent of Americans; that we, Republicans, Democra…

It was my honor to recently interview Rudy Soto, the Democratic candidate for Idaho’s Congressional District 1. Rudy’s personal story is very compelling, from his early life to his recent service in our state’s National Guard. His pro-worker platform will serve all Idahoans. His stands include:

Voters who want a problem solver and an independent voice advocating for Idahoans should vote for Rudy Soto for the 1st Congressional District.

I am writing in response to last week’s letter to the editor by the Idaho County Democrats who say they are just like me. I agree that we are all created by the same God Who loves us and gives us free will to love Him back and follow the teachings of His Son, Jesus Christ.

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